3 Surprising Things About Roadside Assistance
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3 Surprising Things About Roadside Assistance

Think you know roadside assistance programs? Think again, Girlfriend.

Did you know there are about 100 roadside problems every minute? But obv, you’re too smart to become a statistic. Before you head out this summer, get your problem-solving game on by finding the roadside assistance program that’s best for you and your family. It’s less about calling for help than being the boss lady when it comes to safety and security.

Here are three need-to-know things to consider when you’re choosing a plan.

1. There’s a plan out there that’s right for you — Just like your favorite pair of jeans, one size does not fit all. An older car might need different coverage than a newer one. Shop around and make sure you’re choosing a plan tailor-made for you with all the features that fit your driving needs.

2. It’s gone digital — There’s nothing better than help that’s right in your pocket. Allstate’s mobile app is there for you whenever (and wherever!) you need it. Tire changes, accident support, and roadside assistance are just a click away — they’ll even call an Uber for you!

3. It’s less expensive than you think — Roadside service can cost a pretty penny. Why not save your cash for retail therapy instead? With the right plan, you can head out with assurance, pay less, and avoid getting stuck with unplanned expenses. When you choose an Allstate roadside membership plan, you'll receive 24/7 reliable and on-time roadside assistance no matter where you are in the U.S. That includes towing, tire changes, jump starts, lockouts, and fuel delivery. Plus, you’ll get discounts on services for your immediate family, access to trip-planning tools, and savings on travel and car buying.

Allstate’s Roadside Assistance is available for anyone and everyone. You’re covered for any car you’re in — even rentals — whether you’re the driver or just along for the ride.

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